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Harvest mouse Tim tennis balls Featured Glamorgan Print

Harvest mouse Tim tennis balls

Tim the harvest mouse in Bristol, finding a new home in one of Wimbledon's discarded tennis balls, which were donated to the the Wildlife Trust in Avon, Glamorgan and Northumberland by the All England Lawn Tennis Club. * The balls will be used in an attempt to aid the survival of micromys minutus, Britain's smallest mammal which weighs the same as a twenty pence piece. The tiny rodent builds its nest above ground away from predators on long stalks of grass in areas of dense vegetation and reedbed, but suitable area have been in decline recently due to intensive farming methods. The conservation programme will provide artificial homes in Avon, Glamorgan and Northumberland and started on the 21st June

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Flat Holm Island - Bristol Channel Featured Glamorgan Print

Flat Holm Island - Bristol Channel

A chicken on a fence towards the rear of Flat Holm Farmhouse, where the wardens and volunteers live on Flat Holm island in the Bristol Channel.Flat Holm (Welsh: Ynys Echni) is a limestone island in the Bristol Channel approximately 6 km (4 miles) from Lavernock Point in the Vale of Glamorgan, but in the City and County of Cardiff. It includes the most southerly point of Wales. The island has a long history of occupation, dating at least from Anglo-Saxon and Viking periods. Religious uses include visits by disciples of Saint Cadoc in the 6th century, and in 1835 it was the site of the foundation of the Bristol Channel Mission, which later became the Mission to Seafarers. A sanatorium for cholera patients was built in 1896 as the isolation hospital for the port of Cardiff. Guglielmo Marconi transmitted the first wireless signals over open sea from Flat Holm to Lavernock. Because of frequent shipwrecks a lighthouse was built on the island, which was replaced by a Trinity House lighthouse in 1737. Because of its strategic position on the approaches to Bristol and Cardiff a series of gun emplacements, known as Flat Holm Battery, were built in the 1860s as part of a line of defences, known as Palmerston Forts. On the outbreak of World War II, the island was rearmed. It is now managed by Cardiff Council's Flat Holm Project Team and designated as a Local Nature Reserve, Site of Special Scientific Interest and a Special Protection Area, because of the maritime grassland and rare plants such as Rock Sea-Lavender and Wild Leek. The island also has significant breeding colonies of Lesser Black-backed Gull, Herring Gull and Great Black-backed Gull. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday February, 16, 2013. Photo credit should read: Ben Birchall

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20080124 Featured Glamorgan Print


WALES Vale of Glamorgan Southerndown A man standing on the shore of the South Coast with Liassic Limestone cliffs near Bridgend

© Bryan Pickering eye ubiquitous / hutchison

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